How To Choose The Right Dishwasher

How To Choose The Right Dishwasher

Dishwasher today offer an endless array of features and options. Which ones make the most sense for you? Here’s what you need to know before you buy.

If you’re shopping for a dishwasher for the first time in a few years, you’re in for a treat. You won’t be buying a white box as our parents did; there are just so many more options out there today that it’s really fun to shop for dishwashers. The models available today can do just about everything but decide whose turn it is to do the dishes.

Let us now dig right into What to look into while selecting a Dishwasher:

Energy Efficiency

The energy cost of a dishwasher will be posted right on the side and should be taken into consideration. An energy-efficient dishwasher saves both electricity and water, and that can add up to quite a bit over the life of the washer.

When you live in a small space, or alone, or don’t run the dishwasher at least once a day, you may do better with one of the smaller models that won’t waste water even if you’re only washing three or four plates.

Arms of Steel

Check the arms on the bottom of the dishwasher and try to opt for a model that has stainless steel. They tend to be sturdier, have bigger holes and generate better water pressure so you don’t use as much water to get the dishes clean

2-Tier VS 3-Tier?

The extra level (3 Tier) is a good thing to have if you entertain or use a lot of utensils. If you stack cutlery on that third rack, it’s a little cleaner and easier to unload.

For other people, adjustable racks like the ones featured on some Dishwashers make more sense than an extra rack, since you can move them to accommodate larger pots and pans one day and reposition them to hold dozens of plates or bowls the next.

Soil Sensor

One feature that you would prefer not to do without is the Soil Sensor. This feature checks the water after every phase of rinsing or washing, no matter what cycle you selected. If it senses that the dishes are clean after three parts of the wash cycle, it will move straight to the dry cycle, even if you selected the six-part cycle.

Choose the Future

Just about any new feature in a dishwasher is going to cost more, sometimes a lot more. That’s when you need to get out a calculator and a calendar.

The average dishwasher lasts from nine to 12 years, so you’ll have that long to recover your investment. Most of the time it makes more sense to pay more for the more energy-efficient model or any feature that you’ll really rely on.

Where To Buy?

We here at OVX India, provide you with one of India’s Largest Upcoming Online Marketplaces which you can access from anywhere in India. Just Log on to OVX India and navigate to Electronics/Appliance section and specify a location. The page will take you to a list in which a list of vendors/organizations willing to sell their Dishwashers will be shown. Choose the option that best suits you. It’s that simple!

Happy Shopping!

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